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Events of intereston campus and around the world.
Highlights for November/December.
For more detailed listings, please see Alumni
Be sure to check out our new Web site (pennclubofboston.homestead.com)
for a listing of upcoming events.
Join Prof. Richard Zettler and area alumni for a reception, discussion
and viewing of the exhibition, Treasures from the Royal Tombs of Ur,
at the Oriental Institute Museum (University of Chicago campus), 1155
East 58th Street, on Sun., Nov. 19. For additional information, contact
our new club president, Abby Wise, at (773) 975-4227 or <Abby_Wise@quakeroats.com>.
Check out our Web site at (www.alumni.upenn.edu/club/chicago.shtml).
Start the new year by joining fellow alumni at the annual holiday brunch
at the Shaker Heights Country Club on Jan. 7. For reservations, contact
Richard Bauschard at (216) 921-2875 or <rbauschard
@wtwarch.com>. January, February and March are the months for the
IVY15 Distinguished Scholar Lecture Series at Hathaway Brown School, and
a complete schedule will be sent to all club members; for details, contact
Burt Siegel at (440) 423-0156 or <firstname.lastname@example.org>
or our Web site (IVY15.org). Contact Barbara
Corwin Franklin at (216) 292-6750 or <email@example.com>
for further information on club events and opportunities to interview
Back by popular demand, the Penn/Wharton Club of Colorado will welcome
guests, members, spouses, significant others and friends to our fabulous
holiday party at the Metropolitan Club, 7800 East Orchard Road, Greenwood
Village, on Dec. 7 from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. The food will feature carving
stations (bird or beef), hot and cold gourmet hors doeuvresand desserts
to die for. The room will be festive with holiday cheer (both alcoholic
and non), colorful decorations and music. Cost is $10 for members, $20
for non-members and at the door. Contact club president Mark Johnson at
(303) 888-3046 or <firstname.lastname@example.org>
to RSVP and for information on other club events. Also check our Web site
The annual holiday party and scholarship reception will be held on Tuesday,
Dec. 5 at 6:30 p.m. Come celebrate the holidays with fellow alumni at
the DuPont Country Clubs Brantwyn facility. The cost for the event, $35
per person, includes a light buffet and dessert; a cash bar will be available.
RSVP by Monday, Nov. 27: contact Paul Kelner at <Upennalumsde@aol.com>.
Come hear Prof. David S. Farber, the Alfred S. Fitler Moore Professor
of Telecommunications Systems and chief technologist at the FCC, speak
at Penn on the Road on Thursday, Dec. 7. For more information on
this and other Silicon Valley Penn activities, contact Scott Taper at
(650) 444-2572 or <email@example.com>.
Florida. There will be a Naples dinner theater brunch on Dec. 3, featuring
42nd Street: Brunch will be at noon, and the curtain goes up at 1:30
p.m. at the Naples Dinner Theater, 1025 Piper Blvd., Naples. Reservations
must be made two weeks prior to the event; contact Henny Grandy, Southwest
Florida Penn Alumni Club president, at <firstname.lastname@example.org>
or (941) 775-6951.
Here is a listing of some of our upcoming events: Bens Birthday Bash
cocktail party at Heathcote Tavern, Scarsdale, on Jan. 17 at 2:00 p.m.
(for details call Cindy Shmerler Levy at (914) 747-5174); Franklins
Big Adventure show at SUNY-Purchase on Sunday, Jan. 21 at noon (call
Lendy Muller at (914) 725-2556); Penn mens basketball game at Columbia
plus post-game reception, on Feb. 17, (contact David Evangelista at (914)
942-4226). And mark your calendars for our annual dinner at Hampshire
Country Club, Mamaroneck, on Thursday, June 14, at 6:30 p.m.
Pennsylvania. Founders Day will be held on Jan. 21, with a brunch
at the University Club, Pittsburgh. For details e-mail Joseph A. DiMenno
at (412) 392-5519 or <email@example.com>
or Clark Thompson at (412) 492-8771 or <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
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are invited and encouraged to suggest candidates, who must be degree-holding
alumni, for two at-large alumni-trustee positions and one mid-Atlantic
alumni-trustee position (comprising Delaware, District of Columbia,
Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia). Appointees to these positions
will serve five-year terms, commencing in January 2002. Suggested
candidates will be given consideration by the nominations committee
of the University of Pennyslvania Alumni Society.
Award of merit
are also encouraged to suggest candidates to receive next years
Alumni Award of Merit, to be presented during Homecoming Weekend
2001. The award is given for outstanding service to the University
of Pennsylvania and can be presented to non-alumni. Suggested candidates
will be given consideration by the awards and resolutions committee.
Names of candidates, for both the alumni-trustee positions and the
Alumni Award of Merit, should be sent by February 1, 2001 to: The
University of Pennsylvania Alumni Society, c/o Executive Secretary,
E. Craig Sweeten Alumni House, 3533 Locust Walk, Philadelphia, PA
19104-6226 or <email@example.com>.
ALL PENN WOMEN AUTHORS
you an alumna or faculty member and have you written a book? We
are planning a tribute to our female authors during the 125th Celebration
of Women at Penn. Please contact Angela Scott, associate director
of alumni relations (215) 898-6153 or <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
does a Hi-Tech Start Up Become a Global Success? Perspectives from
Israel, Wharton and Around the World.
Discover the world of hi-tech in Israel through symposia with keynote
speakers and face-to-face meetings with senior management of some
of the most successful hi-tech organizations in Israel, at the first
Wharton Israel Global Alumni Conference in Tel Aviv, March 11-13.
For further information, contact Marti Harrington WG76, director
of alumni affairs, The Wharton School, 3733 Spruce Street Philadelphia,
PA 19104-6350; phone (215) 898-1281, fax (215) 898- 2695, e-mail